We Need To Know WTF Is Going To Happen on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ in 2020 – Cosmopolitan

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Spoilers for Grey’s Anatomy season 16 ahead. Grey Sloan Hospital is not the hospital you want to go to in an emergency. Yes, the doctors are world-class and very, very hot, but that hospital is the breeding ground for anything bad that happens in Seattle. Plane crashes, mass shootings, huge storms, ferry boat crashes, flipped-over ambulances — what do they all have in common? They all happened at Grey Sloan, aka Seattle Grace, aka, as Cristina Yang once put it, “Seattle Grace Mercy Death.” Season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy fell away from the natural and mechanical disasters in favor of straight-up personal disasters, but when Grey’s Anatomy comes back in 2020 (which is Thursday, January 23 at 9 p.m., according to ABC), it needs to get back in with the high-stakes drama. I’m just going to say it — it needs some kind of highly communicable disease that will wipe out half the cast. (More on that in a paragraph or two.) ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Is About to Get STEAMY We Have Questions After Last Night’s ‘Grey’s’ One thing you may have noticed is that Grey’s Anatomy is moving back an hour to be at ....


“There are different rules for a 9:00PM show than there are for an 8 pm show, and we hope to take advantage of those rules, ” Vernoff she said. “Grey’s was definitely allowed to be a sexier show when it was on at 9[pm]. So we are excited by the change back to our [previous Thursday] time slot.” That may be true, and some more, good, old-fashioned bubble-bath-and-boning may be what Meredith needs, but from my view, this move is to both make Grey’s Anatomy sexier and to force people to watch Grey’s Anatomy firefighter spinoff Station 19, which is now the lead-in to Grey’s. But Station 19 is like fetch — not going to happen. You can’t make me watch it, Vernoff. .

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